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Kempsville  High  Schoo 




High  School 

The  history  of  Kempsville  High  School  can  be  traced  back  for  a  num- 
ber of  years,  the  first  school  being  known  as  Kempsville  Academy.  This 
school  was  moved  to  several  places,  until  the  present  grammar  school  was 
built  in  1910,  with  a  staff  of  three  teachers. 

The  present  school  was  built  in  1924,  with  Mr.  T.  C.  Anderson  as  prin- 
cipal and  a  faculty  of  four  persons.  During  the  first  year  of  the  school, 
both  the  Student  Council  and  Kempsvillian  were  begun,  and  they  have  con- 
tinued until  the  present  time.  Kempsville  is  the  only  school  in  the  county 
that  can  boast  of  such  a  record. 

Throughout  its  history  Kempsville  is  proud  of  the  athletics  offered. 
Both  the  girls  and  boys  basketball  teams  were  started  in  1924,  and  they 
have  been  a  great  credit  to  the  school,  having  won  county  championships 
many  times.  In  1937  football  was  offered  to  the  students  of  the  high  school, 
making  the  athletic  program  include  baseball,  track,  football,  and  basket- 

In  the  16  years  of  its  existence  at  its  pre.sent  site,  the  school  has  made 
great  strides  in  the  realm  of  education.  The  curriculum  is  constantly  be- 
ing improved  and  enlarged,  and  the  faculty  has  grown  from  four  to  fifteen. 



Those  of  Its  who  have  been  associated 
irith  the  Seniors  of  lOH  have  experienced  a 
distinct  pleasure  and  a  satisfaction  in  assist- 
ing these  young  ladies  and  i/oung  men  in  at- 
taining many  of  those  nolile  qnalities  of  onr 
generation  of  tomorroir.  Se)riors,  you  are 
challenged  to  develop  further  with  each  suc- 
cessive year  your  physical,  mental,  social  and 
spiritual  resources  until  you  receive  the  high- 
est attainment  possible.  You  can  achieve 
greatly  through  a  clear  and  powerful  urge  to 
accomplish  something  notable,  through  a 
superior  persistence  and  through  marked 
faith  in  yourself.  You  have  the  very  best  of 
u:ishes  for  your  success. 

Frank  L.  Fentress 


Frank  W.  Cox 


A.  B.,  William  and  Mary  Col- 
lege; M.  A.,  University  of  Vir- 
ginia ;  Principal  of  a  High  School 
in  Giles  County  for  six  years; 
Principal  of  Oceana  High  School 
for  four  years. 

Frank  L.  Fentress 


Attended  William  and  Mary 
College  for  two  years,  North 
Carolina  State  for  three  years, 
summer  school  at  University  of 
Virginia  for  one  year,  M.  A., 
Columbia  University;  Principal 
of  the  Court  House  School  for 
four  vears. 


Frank  Fentress 

Elizabeth   Kicklichter 


Harris  Moore 

Elnora  Overi.ey 

John  Roberts 


Lucy  Gary  Ruffin 

Mildred  Tayixjr 
Hist  01  ji 

Shirley  Wolfe 
Secietary   to  Principal 


Calendar  of  Events 

September  5 — School  opened 

October  16 — Holiday  due  to  registration  of  draftees 

October  24  and  25 — Carnival  Queen,  Louise  Johnson ;  King,  John  Williams 

November  1 — Won  Deep  Creek  game 

November  11 — Armistice  holiday 

November  13 — Seniors  gave  mimeograph  machine  to  school 

November  21  and  22 — Thanksgiving  holiday 

November  29 — Played  Culpeper  for  eastern  title 

December  13 — Home  Economics  Play 

December  19 — School  Bond  issue  voted  on 

December  20-January  6 — Christmas  holidays 

January  28 — First  term  ends 

February  22 — Dance  given  for  Culpeper 

March  5 — County  championship  won  by  girls  and  boys 

March  7 — Mr.  Roberts  awarded  F.  F.  A.  prizes 

March  13 — Miss  Watterson  becomes  Mrs.  Kicklighter 

March  22 — Construction  on  new  school  begun 

March  28 — Turn-about  Minstrel  and  Fashion  show. 

April  2 — First  game  of  baseball  season  won 

April  4 — Musical  festival  in  Richmond 

April  8 — Pictures  were  taken  for  annual 

April  11-14 — Easter  holidays 

April  17 — Literary  and  track  events  at  William  and  Mary 

April  18 — Home  Economics  girls  went  to  Washington 

April  23 — Senior  forum 

April  25 — Senior  play 

May  2 — Junior-Senior  banquet 

May  9-10 — State  track  and  Literary  events  at  Charlottesville 

June  1 — Baccalaureate  sermon 

June  3-4-5 — Final  exams 

June  6 — School  closes. 



Senior  Class 


President Herbert  Brady 

Vice-President Norman  May 

Secretary  Louise  Gibney 

Treasurer Katherine  Eaton 

Miss  Helen  Eddy Sponsor 



•'Claud  y" 
Never  to  be  forgotten  For- 
ward, will  make  an  excellent 

A  (iroU,  attractive  intiivid- 


A  dash  of  laughter,  a  pinch 
of    common-sense,    and     mix 
well   with  conveisation. 

Hollow  to  her  toes  plus  a 
happy-go-lucky  attitude. 


Inquisitive,   seems  to   have 
an   unlimited   amount   of  en- 



Our    brisk     and     energetic 
future  chemical  engineer. 

Unassuming,  amazing  oth- 
ers by  her  caustic  comments. 


None  her  equal  in  basket- 
ball, matching  it  with  a  pleas- 
ing personality. 



Brilliant    with    unplumbed 



A    person    you'd    like    to 

Graceful   as  a   dancer  and 
as  a  person. 

Argumentative,  interesting 
in  a  unique  way. 

Sincerity   her  keynote. 

Cryptic  remarks  plus  dra- 
matic talent. 

A  spring   time  every  year 
you,  once  in  a  lifetime. 

An  embryo  successful  pri- 
vate secretary. 


Brown  eyes  that  speak,  en- 
sembles that  arouse  envy. 

An     unaffected,     up-to-the- 
minute  nurse. 

Artless   and   amiable,   once 
her  friend  always  her  friend. 



Good-natured  contractor  t( 
be,  ever  ready  to  help. 


The  stage  his  chosen  work, 
rightly  so. 


"Little   I'lj" 
Well-informed    and    diplo- 
matic, two  qualities  that  con- 
stitute a  banker. 


Warm  -  hearted,     sensible, 
and  lyrical. 


-Bob  May" 
Takes   life's   problems   and 
pleasures  in  her  stride. 



A   irrown-up  leprechaun. 

Business-like     in      manner 
adding  to  this  an  unsuspect- 
ed touch  of  comedy. 

Irresistible    giggle   coupled 
with  domesticity. 

('ompetent  and  level-head- 


Every  task  efficiently  com- 


A   likeable,  temperamental 

Bustling  energy,  sports  his 
reeond  nature. 


Shouldei's      responsibilities 
in  an  unassuming  way. 

••S<ni<i  fiddler" 
Evei-  ready  to  help  another. 

D  r  a  m  a  t  i  c,  never-ending 


Farming  his  forte. 

"Dottee  Jane" 
Talks     mile-a-minute,     the 
teaching  profession   hei'  aim. 

A  singular  person  possess- 
ing dry  wit. 


Creator    of    Kenipsville 


Good-natured,    and    an    in- 
cessant tease. 


Mont  Original 
Bob  Garrene 

Best  All  Aroioid 
Herbert  Brady 

Must  hitellectiial 
Elmore  Lewis 

Best  Looking 

John  Williams 

Louise  Gibney 


Last  Will  and  Testament 


E,  the  Senior  Class  of  lil41,  ol"  Kempsville  Hiuh  School,  in  the  County  of 
Princess  Anne,  in  the  State  of  Virginia,  hereby  draw  up,  ordain,  and 
establish  this  our  last  will  and  testament,  disposinij  of  all  property  we  have 
accumulated  during  our  four  enjoyed  years  in  high  school  and  revoking 
any  other  will  made  by  us  at  any  other  time. 

Item  1:  We  leave  to  the  class  of  li)42  our  intelligence,  dignity,  and  ability  to  lead  the 
underclassmen  through  a  successful  year. 

Item  2:  To  the  faculty,  we  leave  our  blight  and  useful  suggestions  so  that  in  years  to 
come  teaching  will  be  much  easier  for  them. 

Item  ;i:  Lothai-  Rieder  leaves  to  Fiances  Hallance  his  reducing  diet  in  hope  that  Fanny 
will  take  heed  and  have  a  slim  and  beautiful  figure. 

Item  4:  Mary  Bartee  leaves  her  appetite  to  Evelyn  McKowii  so  that  there  will  be  no 
scraps  left  back  in  the  Home  Economics  Deiiarliiient. 

Item  5:  "Bill"  Robishaw  leaves  to  the  slow  and  careful  driver,  Granville  Giay,  the 
ability  to  turn  a  corner  without  speeding  up  in  hopes  that  some  day  he  will  turn 
a  corner  with  all  4  wheels. 

Item  (5:  To  "Gary"  Griffith,  Katherine  Eaton  leaves  her  basketball  ability,  on  condition 
that  she  can  still  lay  on  the  floor  half  the  game  and  hold  the  opponents  down  to  a 
zero  score. 

Item  7:  "Tiny"  Robishaw  leaves  his  chemical  ability  to  "Doe"  Hardy  so  that  he  too 
might  become  a  successful  chemist  as  Tiny  has  proven  to  be. 

Item  8:  The  quiet  unconcerned  Ruth  Saiiford  leaves  her  dignified  laugh  to  Julia 

Item  9:  "Tony"  Ewell  leaves  his  love  for^chool  work  to  !\hiry  Moore  so  that  she  may 
benefit  as  much  as  he  has. 

Item  10:  To  Claude  Bates  and  Page  Haverty,  Elizabeth  Singleton  leaves  her  ability 
to  dance  because  she  wishes  for  them  to  catch  up  on  the  latest  rhumba  steps. 

Item  11  :  "Bob"  Garrene  leaves  his  little  mouth  to  Arline  Frizzel  so  that  the  teachers 
and  students  will  not  have  to  listen  to  her  blow  off  all  the  time. 

Item  12:  Herbert  Brady  leaves  to  (ioidon  Oliver  his  track  shoes  with  the  hope  that 
"Gordy"  not  only  will  win  the  district  track  meet  but  also  Gary's  heart. 

Item  13:  Virginia  Jordan  bequeaths  her  pleasingly  stout  figure  to  Evelyn  Martin  in 
the  hope  that  it  will  help  her  to  get  to  Hollywood. 

Item  14:  Theodore  Waters  leaves  his  witty  comebacks  to  Lewis  Johnson  providing  he 
doesn't  keep  people  laughing  during  class  period. 

Item  15:  Marie  McClain  wills  her  seriousness  to  the  happy-go-lucky  Doris  Young  and 
Margaret  Parsons. 

Item  1(5:  Harold  Bell  leaves  his  baseball  ability  to  James  Peterson  and  Granville  Lynch 
provided  they  don't  fight  over  the  ball  out  on  the  field. 

Item  17:  Norwood  Shirley  bequeaths  his  golden  locks  to  Norma  Taylor  in  hopes  that 
the  men  will  be  attracted  by  her  beauty  in  later  years. 

Item  18:  Doris  Ives  wills  to  Irene  Rieder  her  basketball  ability  that  she  may  win  a 
K  next  year. 

Item  19:  To  John  Creekmore  goes  Elmore  Lewis'  mental  ability  so  John  won't  have 
to  study  next  year  and  yet  come  out  on  top. 


Last  Will  and  Testament — (Continued) 

Item  20:  Lillian  LonEwoith  and  Anna  Hill  leave  their  sinRing  ability  to  Isabelle  Jen- 
dricks  that  she  may  sinn'  in  a  night  club  in  years  to  come. 

Item  21 :  Garland  Smith  wills  to  Bill  Kennedy  his  knack  for  creating  disturbance  in 

Item  22:  Margaret  Green  leaves  her  shy  and  retiring  nature  to  Estelle  Pierce  and 
Ethel  Moritz,  hoping  they  will  not  abuse  it. 

Item  23:  To  Oneida  Kilman,  Claudia  Albertson  leaves  her  ability  to  get  her  man  and 
hold  him. 

Item  24:     Irene  Barrett  leaves  her  slow  southern  drawl  to  Vivian  Keating. 

Item  25:  Ray  Barnes  bequeaths  his  sense  of  humor  to  "Kitty"  Growling  so  she  won't 
lose  her  temper  .so  much. 

Item  26:     Isaac  Gottlieb  leaves  his  achievement  in  sports  to  "Betty"  Lewis. 

Item  27:  Kenneth  Lassiter  wills  his  daik  Clark  Gable  mustache  to  the  romantic  S.  T. 

Item  28:     To  Louise  Ambrose,  Louise  Gibney  wills  her  method  for  disposing  of  fi'eckles. 

Item  29:  Esther  Brown  bequeaths  her  date  books  to  Chauncy  Krahenbill  that  he  may 
have  more  success  with  his  dates. 

Item  30:  Evelyn  Hargiove  wills  to  Mildred  Burford  and  DeKoven  King  her  quiet 

Item  31:  Kathleen  Greenlee  leaves  hei-  dramatic  ability  to  Hilda  Ricks  providing  she 
doesn't  over  do  it. 

,Item  32:  John  Williams  wills  his  road  map  to  Robert  Webb  so  he  will  be  able  to  get 
around  in  Glen  Rock. 

Item  33:  Rose  Heffington  leaves  her  cheerleading  ability  to  Lois  Lee  considering  she 
takes  advantage  and  wins  a  letter. 

Item  34:     Paul  Large  bequeaths  to  Joe  Parron  his  grim  determination. 

Item  35:  Norma  May  leaves  to  Dan  Grain  his  "fags"  in  order  that  he  will  have  some- 
thing to  -skip  assembly  for. 

Item  36:  Barbara  Makinson  bequeaths  to  Eunice  Roseberry  and  Vivian  Jones  her 
ambition  to  loaf  in  study  hall. 

Item  37:  "Dottie"  Jane  Smith  leaves  her  typing  ability  to  Dan  Makinson  and  Katie 
Fisher,  on  one  condition,  they  don't  win  all  the  pins  in  typing. 

Item  38:  Ruth  Munden  leaves  her  sweet  disposition  to  the  quiet  Joe  Barrett  and 
Andrew  Moseopolis  that  is,  if  they  don't  take  it  to  heart  and  win  all  the  girls 
around  school. 

Item  39:  June  Bodnar  leaves  to  Charles  Ambrose  and  James  Lowry  her  quiet  and  calm 

Item  40:  Estelle  Jones  wills  Elizabeth  NucUols  and  Dorothy  Parker  her  bashful  ways 
so well? 

Item  41 :     To  Louise  Bibb,  Frances  Price  leaves  her  flashing  brown  eyes. 

Hereunto  have  we  set  our  hand  and  seal,  knowing  that  all  provisions  herein  pro- 
claimed arc  unalterable  and  indisolvable. 

Signed.  Elizabeth  Mast.  Testator. 










President  Claude  Bales 

Vice-President  Page  Haverty 

Secretary Norma  Taylor 

Treasurer  Irving  Hardy 

Sjxnisov Elnora  Overley 

Charles  Ambrose 
Louise  Ambrose 
Frances  Balhuice 
Joe  Banett 
Claude  Bates 
Louise  Bibb 
Mildred  Burford 
June  Chenoweth 
Dan  Crain 
John  Creekmore 
Kitty  CrowIinK 
Katie  P^isher 
Arline  Frizzell 
Cecil  Frizzell 
Granville  Gray 
Gary  Griffith 
Irving'  Hardy 
Pajre  Haverty 
Isabell  Jcndricks 
Lewis  Johnson 
Vivian  Jones 
Vivian  Keating 
Bill  Kennedy 
Oneida  Kilnion 
DeKoven  Kinjr 
Julia  Kovach 

Chauncey  Krahenbill 
Lois  Lee 
Betty  Lewis 
James  Lowery 
Granville  Lynch 
Dan  Makinson 
Evelyn  Martin 
Evelyn  McKown 
Mary  Moore 
Ethel  Moritz 
Andrew  Moscopolis 
Elizabeth  Nuckols 
Gordon  Oliver 
Dorothy  Parker 
Joe  Parron 
Marj;aiet   Parsons 
Irene  Reider 
James  Peterso7i 
Estelle  Pierce 
Samuel  Thomas  Pledger 
Hilda  Ricks 
Eunice  Roseberry 
Noima  Taylor 
Robert  Webb 
Doris  Yount? 


Sophomore  Class 


i\Iiss  Taylor 

Mr.  Roberts 

Section  A  Officers 

President  Dick  Albertsou 

Vice-President  Dorothy  Rosebeny 

Secretary  Evelyn  Maxwell 

Treasurer  Norman  Wicks 

Dick  Albertson  George  Parron 

Rebecca  Alderman  Jack   Parron 

Ruth  Bennett  John  Rockey 

Robert  Borte  Dorothy  Rodgerson 

Joyce  Brinkley  Dorothy  Roseberry 

Antelia  Byriini  Gwendolyn  Ruggles 

Neil  Charland  Irene  Te'bault 

Jack  Clausen  Elwood  Trueblood 

Dorothy  Drummoud        Dorothy  Williamson 

Billy  Duplain  Margaret  Wiser 

Alice  Eichelberger  Doris  Wolfe 

Clarence  Felts  Norman  Wooldridge 

Harold  Gibbs 

Gladys  Hartrrove 

Jack  Hoffman 

Paul   Horner 

Melvin  Hughes 

Benson  Ives 

Corinne  King 

James  Kirby 

Irving  Land 

Doris  Lowery 

Evelyn   Maxwell 

Horace  Moore 

Frances  Moyer 

Doris  Murden 

Otis  Nixon 

Alice  Oliver 

James  O'Neal 

Section  B  Officers 

Presidetit  David   Robishaw 

\' ice-President  George  Holland 

Sec.  a}id  Tiecis John  Hardy 

John  Baum 
Cecil  Bradley 
Kenneth  Bi-oun 
Bonney   Flannagan 
George  Halstead 
John  Hardy 
Richard  Hildebrandt 
George   Holland 
Stuart  Ives 
Rufus  Jordan 
Wilfred   Large 
Dick  Mattox 
Ernest  Minor 
Charles  Parsons 
David  Robishaw 
Aden  Scott 
Harold  Spruill 
Morrison  Walker 
Vernon  Wilson 
Moses  Gottlieb 
James  Bland 
Vivian  Cook 
Frances  Ellis 
Edith  Gottlieb 
Katherine  Robbins 
Shirley  Varus 
Marguerite  Drummond 
Mary  Bowman 
Charlotte  Williams 


Freshman  Class 

Mrs.  E.  Kicklighter  Mr.  H.  C.  Moore 


Section  A 

f'resklent  Louise  Johnson 

}' ice-President  Charles  Robishaw 

Sec.  tnid  Treas  Helen  Kiff 

Wesley  Baum 
Betty  Lee  Beard 
Beverley  Bennet 
Marilyn  Burton 
Wallace  Carter 
Elaine  Charland 
John  Cook 
Horace  Curling 
Mary  Dewberry 
Evelyn   Garrene 
Alvin  Glans 
Mildred  Goodwin 
Thelma  Goodwin 
Katherine  Hall 
June  Hardy 
Margaret  Hargrove 
Wanda  Harman 
Doris  James 
Kathleen  Johnson 
Louise  Johnson 
Helen  KiflF 

Janie  Kirby 
George  Kirkwood 
Eleanor  Land 
Eunice  Land 
Alice  Manning 
Maylon  Mathias 
Nathaniel  McClanan 
Frank  Miller 
Barbara   Nelson 
Elizabeth   Parsons 
Frances  Patterson 
Floyd   Rawls 
Kathryn  Rhodes 
Charles  Robishaw 
Kathryn  Sanders 
Patricia  Skaggs 
Alice  Shipp 
Anne  Swain 
Bedford  Tate 
Robert  Turner 
Pauline  Wallace 
Mattie  Webb 

Section  B 

Ftenident   Frank   Nuckols,  Jr. 

Secretary       Rudy  Felts 

TrcasKrer   Charles   Parker 

Russell   Bass 
Author  Bodner 
Rudy  Felts 
Cecil  Halsey 
James  Hughes 
Barron   Humphries 
Randolph  Ives 
Russell  Miller 
Raymond  Mountford 
Edward  Norge 
Frank  Nuckols,  Jr. 
Charles  Parker 
Joseph  Rockey 
Edward  Rodgers 
Herman  Sawyer 
Loyd  Sawyer 
Raymond  Spright 
Robeit  Turner 
John  Wagner 
Harold  Watson 
Edward  Wiser 
Lewis  Yon 


Seventh  Grade 

Miss  Quinn 


President Catherine  Barnes 

Vice-President  Betty  Lou  Housam 

Secretary  Mary  Rhodes 

Treasurer  Joe  Bell 

Louise  Ambrose  Ralph  JusUn  Mary  Rhodes 

Catherine  Barnes  Marie  Key  Margaret  RidRewell 

Jack  Bass  David  Kirby  Dewey  RodKcrson 

Joe  Bell  Sally  Land  Katherine  Savage 

Lucy  Blackniore  Doris  Large  Marie  Savage 

Amos  Bontrager  Lorraine  Lee  Shirley  Scott 

Betty  Brown  Audrey  Marr  Helen   Singletary 

Herbert  Cl'oss  Howard  Mathias  Doris  Thomas 

Lyda  Dunn  Helen  Mathias  Frances  Thurman 

Glen  Glans  Charles  Mills  Thoman  Turner,  Jr. 

Billy  Harrell  Fay  Moore  Barbara  Varady 

Doris  Harrison  Odell  Murphy  Robert  Weaver 

David  Hildebrandt  Nathional  Nottingham,  Jr.       Edward  Webb,  Jr. 

Betty  Lou  Housam  Earl  Parker,  Jr.  Joe  Weeber 

Betty  Lee  Jones  Charles  Rawls  Elsie  Yodcr 

Walter  Jones  Gerald  Reid  Galen  Yoder 


Senior  Prophecy 

426  Massachusetts  Ave., 
Washington,  D.  C, 
April  27.  1951. 
Dear  Gary : 

I  ran  across  Doris  Lee  Ives  in  front  of  the  Capitol  Building',  last  week  and  we  spoke 
of  the  good  old  days,  back  at  Kempsville  High.  She  is  Roosevelt's  private  secretary, 
since  he  stalled  his  fifth  term  and,  as  I  understand,  she  is  well  suited  to  her  job.  On 
that  same  afternoon,  I  saw  Estelle  Jones  and  Marie  McCIain  who  were  in  town  for  the 
Nurse's  Convention,  here.  Elizabeth  Singlton  is  a  successful  nurse,  here  and  her  fiance 
is  chairman  of  the  National  Boy  Scout  Movement. 

It  is  really  surprising  how  many  Kempsvillians  are  now  in  Washington.  Evelyn 
Hargrove  is  Assistant  Editor  of  the  Washington  Post  and  it  was  only  yesterday  that  I 
read  in  her  paper  that  Kenneth  Lassiter  is  preparing  for  a  Violin  Recital  at  Carnegie 
Hall,  in  New  York,  next  week. 

Barbara  Makinson  was  in  town  last  month,  to  report  her  finding  nf  a  new  element, 
which  will  put  her  in  line  for  the  Nobel  Prize  in  Science. 

Do  you  remember  Garland  Smith?  His  ambition  was  to  be  a  mechanic  and  it  w'as 
exactly  one  year  ago  that  he  applied  for  a  patent  for  his  new  type  airplane.  If  you 
recall,  it  was  in  that  plane  that  "Tiny"  Robishaw  set  the  new  World's  record  with  his 
non-stop  flight  around  the  World.  It  seems  that  "Tiny"  persuaded  Elmore  Lewis,  who 
is  now  a  banker  on  Wall  Street,  to  back  him,  financially.  Incidently,  June  Bodnar  is 
Elmore's  secretary. 

Oh  yes,  my  dear,  and  isn't  it  amazing  how  Herbert  Brady  worked  up  to  the  rank 
of  General  in  the  Army  .<o  quickly? 

When  I  was  in  New  York  City,  the  last  time  I  decided  to  go  down  to  Macy's  Base- 
ment and  was  I  surprised  to  find  Rose  Heffington  in  charge  of  the  sales  department, 

I  hear  that  Lillian  Longwoith  and  Louise  Gibney  are  both  successful  nurses  at  the 
Norfolk  General  Hospital.  Remember  me  to  them  if  you  should  chance  to  meet  them, 

Do  you  lemember  Bob  Garrene?  Well,  he  is  back  in  St.  Louis  earning  his  living 
for  himself  and  his  lovely  family  as  a  machinist. 

Have  you  seen  Frances  Price  lately?  Is  she  still  secretary  at  Ames  and  Brown- 
ley's?  I  heard  that  Anna  Hill  also  does  office  work  for  that  concern.  I  am  happy  to 
know  that  Margaret  Green  is  Sales  Manager  at  Rice's  Department  Store,  downtown  in 

Have  you  seen  Esther  Brown  since  she  has  been  stenographer  in  the  State  Capitol 
at  Richmond?  I  understand  that  Ii'ene  Barrett  is  also  at  the  State  Capitol.  She  is  the 
Governor's  private  secretary. 

Write  soon  and  tell  me  the  news  concerning  all  our  old  friends.  It's  a  bad  policy 
to  forget  the  ones  that  did  so  much  to  make  your  life  so  happy  at  school. 

Yoths  sincerely. 


Senior  Prophecy — (Continued) 

Lynnhaven,  Virginia, 
May  13,  1951. 
Dear  Vivian: 

So  glad  to  receive  your  ever-welcome  letter  with  its  interesting  news,  concerning 
our  old  friends. 

As  far  as  news  goes,  I'll  bet  I  have  a  bit  that  hasn't  reached  Washington,  as  yet. 
"Tony"  and  "Kitty"  Ewell  are  the  proud  parents  of  a  handsome  set  of  twins,  Boys,  to 
take  care  of  their  lovely  two  year  old  girl.  "Tony"  is  a  Lieutenant-Commander,  now, 
and  is  expecting  a  new  commission  at  any  time. 

Elizabeth  Mast,  who  began  her  career  as  the  Girl's  Coach  at  our  dear  old  Alma 
Mater  was  married,  last  week,  to  you  know  who,  in  Bayside.  Mary  Bartee,  who  teaches 
Home  Ec,  at  K.  H.  S.  was  the  Maid  of  Honor.  The  Bride's  trousseau  was  designed  by 
Virginia  Jordon  at  her  dress  shop,  where  she  employs  Ruth  Munden. 

Bill  Robishaw,  who  owns  the  Robishaw  Model  Dairy  Farm  has  recently  laid  plans 
for  several  new  buildings,  to  add  to  his  evei-expanding  enterprise.  The  contractors  for 
his  latest  venture  are  Kathleen  Greenlee  and  Paul  Large. 

Lothar  Rieder  has  a  contract  for  the  new  Kempsville  High  School,  the  foundation 
of  which  has  just  been  laid.     Mr.  Reider's  books  are  kept  by  little  Ruth  Sanford. 

Norfolk  has  certainly  impioved  hei-  Communications  System  since  Theodore  Waters 
opened  up  his  gigantic  Bus  Terminal.     Ray  Barnes  is  his  illustrious  business  manager. 

The  Williams  family  (John,  Claudia  and  the  six  kiddies)  were  an  exceedingly 
prosperous  looking  group  when  I  happened  to  see  them  at  Church,  last  Sunday  morning. 
John's  vegetables  must  be  marketing  exceptionally  well. 

I  went  down  to  have  my  glasses  changed,  a  few  days  ago  and  who  should  appear 
to  wait  on  me  but  Isaac  Gottlieb,  who  is  manager  of  D.  P.  Paul's. 

Can  you  imagine,  Vivian,  "Droop"  May  is  still  trying  to  get  through  V.  P.  I.  He's 
such  a  patient  .soul. 

Harold  Bell  really  does  know  his  machines.  He  is  the  highest  paid  employee  at 
the  Naval  Base. 

Dorothy  Moore  is  doing  very  well  for  herself,  it  .seems,  as  she  has  a  fine  position  at 
the  Seaboard  Air  Lines. 

Norwood  Shirley  has  made  a  remarkable  business  out  of  the  training  he  received 
at  Kempsville.  His  fertilizer  factory  is  known  the  Country  over  and  we  should  well  be 
proud  of  him. 

Every  country  has  its  patriots  and  it  shall  not  be  said  that  K.  H.  S.  has  not  pro- 
vided .some  of  them.  For  example,  Dottie  Jane  Smith,  who  had  a  fine  position  in  Rich- 
mond has  given  it  up  to  come  and  teach  the  High  School  students,  in  the  new  school, 
when  it  opens,  we  hope,  in  September. 

Hoping  this  letter  finds  you  and  yours,  well  and  happy,  I  remain, 

Vt';j/  shicerelii  yoiim. 



Kemhisco  Staff 

Editor Evelyn  Hargiovo 

Assiiciote  Editor  Irving:  Hardy 

LUeritri/  Editor  Barbara  Makinson 

Art   Editor  Arline  Frizzell 

Pliotot/riiither    Mildred  Burford 


Activities  Editor  Dorothy  Smith 

Sports  Editor  Irene  Rieder 

llitsiiiess  Myr Norman  May 

Asst.  fliisiiiess  Mgr Oneida  Kilnion 

S])ovsor  Miss  Elnora  Overley 

Irene  Barrett 

The  publication  of  the  Kemhisco  is  one  of  the  most  anticipated  events 
of  the  school  year.  From  October  until  May  there  is  a  continuous  succes- 
sion of  pictures  being  made,  snapshots  entered,  write-ups  turned  in  and 
many  worried  sessions  of  the  staff. 

We  of  the  staff  had  but  one  objective — to  give  you  a  book — which  will 
keep  alive  the  memories  of  a  year  which  has  passed  all  too  quickly. 

Cooperation  and  the  ceaseless  efforts  of  all  who  assisted  have  made 

this  second  volume  of  the  Kemhi.sco  possible. 


Student  Council 


President  James  Robishaw 

Vice-President  Irene  Rieder 

Secretary  Elizabeth  Mast 

Treasurer John  Williams 

Louise  Gibney   Senior  Representative 

IrvinK  Hardy   Junior  Representative 

DeKoven   Kinp;  Junior  Representative 

John  Hardy  Sophomore  Representative 

Doris   Wolfe   Sophomore  Representative 

Frank  Nuckols  Freshman  Representative 

Wesley  Bauni  Freshman  Representative 

Edward   Webb   Seventh   Grade  Representative 

The  Student  Council  first  became  active  in  Kempsville  the  year  of 
1935-36.  The  council  consists  of  students  of  the  high  school.  They  are 
elected  by  the  student  body  for  the  ijurj^ose  of  setting  rules  for  school 
morale.  With  representatives  from  all  classes  of  the  high  school  to  help 
the  principal  succeed  in  this,  the  students  would  adopt  and  carry  out  rules 
better.  Four  members  are  selected  from  the  Senior  class.  The  President, 
Secretary,  and  Treasurer  are  selected  from  these  four ;  three  are  selected 
from  the  Juniors  with  one  selected  as  Vice-President.  One  is  selected  from 
each  of  the  Sojihomore  and  Freshman  classes. 


Student  Patrol 


Captain  Norwood  Shirley 

Lieutenant  Joe  Barrett 

Lieutenant Kenneth  Lassiter 

Sponsor  Mr.  Moore 

Eight  years  ago  the  Student  Patrol  was  established  as  a  service  or- 
ganization under  the  sponsorship  of  the  Tidewater  Automobile  Associa- 
tion. Its  primary  purpose  has  always  been  to  promote  safety;  that  is,  to 
protect  life  and  property  among  students  and  faculty.  This  year  the  boys 
have  cooperated  in  doing  a  job  thai  they  feel  has  been  done  well. 

Members:  Ray  Barnes,  Harold  Bell,  Moses  Gottlieb,  Page  Haverty,  George 
Holland,  Stuart  Ives.  Lewis  Johnson,  Chauncey  Krahenbill,  Dick  Mat- 
tox,  Ernest  Miner,  Andrew  Moscopolos,  Horace  Moore,  Gordon  Oliver, 
Bill  Robishaw,  Robert  Webb,  Vernon  Wilson,  Garland  Smith,  David 

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Monogram  Club 


President  James  Robishaw 

Vice-President  Irving  Hardy 

Secretary  Irene  Rieder 

Treasurer  Oneida  Kilmon 

S))ou.<ior  .  Mr.  Moore 

Members:  Claudia  Albertson,  '39;  Dick  Albevtson,  '40;  Charles  Ambrose,  Asso. ;  Claude 
Bates,  '40;  Ray  Barnes,  '40;  Irene  Barrett,  '41;  Harold  Bell,  '40;  Herbert  Brady, 
'39;  Esther  Brown,  '41;  Mildred  Burford,  '41;  Marilyn  Burton,  '41;  John  Creek- 
more,  '40;  Kitty  Crowling,  '41;  Katherine  Eaton,  '38;  Gary  Griffith,  '40;  George 
Halstead,  '41;  Irving'  Hardy,  '39;  Page  Haverty,  '40;  Melvin  Hvighes,  '40;  Louis 
Johnson,  '40;  Oneida  Kilmon,  "40;  DeKoven  King,  '40;  Lois  Lee,  '41;  Doris  Lowery, 
'41;  Granville  Lynch,  Asso.;  Barbara  Makinson,  '41;  Dan  Makinson,  '40,  Eliza- 
beth Mast,  '39;  Dick  Mattox,  '41;  Norman  May,  '40;  Ernest  Miner,  '41;  Gordon 
Oliver,  '39;  Alice  Oliver,  '41;  James  Robishaw,  '38;  Bill  Robishaw,  '40;  David 
Robishaw,  '41;  Irene  Rieder,  "39;  Lothar  Rieder,  '38;  Dorothy  Roseberry,  '41;  Dor- 
othy Jane  Smith,  '40;  Robert  Webb,  '39;  John  Williams,  '39;  Vernon  Wilson,  '40; 
Doris  Wolfe,  '41;  Coach  Helen  V.  Eddy;  Coach  Harris  C.  Moore. 

The  Monogram  Club,  one  of  the  oldest  and  strongest  clubs  in  school, 
awards  athletic  K's  to  those  students  who  excel  in  the  various  sports. 


Page  Literary  Society 

President  Katheiine  Eaton 

Vice-President  Barbara  Makinsim 

Secretary  Gary  Griffith 

Treasurer Doi'is  Ives 

Sponsor  Miss  Lucy  C.  Ruffin 

Poe  Literary  Society 

President  Elizabeth  Singleton 

Vice-President  Alice  Oliver 

Secretary  Mildred  Burford 

Treasurer  Mildred  Burford 

SjxDisnr  Miss  Louise  Copeland 

The  Page  ond  Poe  Literary  Societies  have  achieved  great  success  for 
the  several  years  they  have  been  in  organization.  There  are  various  activi- 
ties in  which  the  students  can  participate;  namely,  public  reading,  spelling, 
debating,  and  public  speaking.  The  literary  contests  which  are  held  every 
spring  are  sponsored  by  the  Societies. 

Members:  Claudia  Albertson,  Irene  Barrett,  Mary  Bartee,  John  Baum,  Kenneth  Broun, 
Mildied  Burford,  Kathciine  Eaton,  Louise  Gibney,  Gary  Griffith,  Granville  Gray, 
George  Halstead,  Evelyn  Hargrove,  Doris  Ives,  Estelle  Jones,  Virginia  Jordan, 
Vivian  Keating,  Oneida  Kilmon,  Julia  Kovach,  Betty  Lewis,  Elmore  Lewis,  Lillian 
Longworth,  Barbara  Makinson,  Elizabeth  Mast,  Dick  Matto.x.  Mary  Moore,  Ethel 
Moritz,  Alice  Oliver,  Gordon  Oliver,  Irene  Rieder,  James  Kobishaw,  Elizabeth 
Singleton,  and  Doris  Young. 


4-H  Club 


President  Dick  Mattox 

Vice-President David  Robishaw 

Secretary  and  Treasurer Doris  Wolfe 

Reporter  _ Alice  Oliver 

Sponsor Mrs.  E.  Kicklighter 

Mombeis:  John  Baum,  Weslfy  Hauni,  Kenneth  Bioun,  .Mihlred  Buiford,  Edith  Gottlieb, 
George  Halstead.  John  Hardy,  Geoisre  Holland,  Isabelle  Jcndricks,  Betty  Lewis, 
Dick  Mattox,  Ethel  Moritz,  Horace  Moore,  Alice  Oliver,  Gordon  Oliver,  Charles 
Parker,  Georfre  Parron,  Joe  Parron,  David  Robishaw,  John  Rockey,  Doris  Wolfe, 
and  Doris  Youn<r. 

The  4-H  Club  members  are  a  wide  awake  group  of  boys  and  girls  who 
are  keenly  interested  in  the  opportunities  offered  by  rural  life. 

Each  member  of  the  club  has  a  project  which  he  takes  care  of  at  home. 
The  various  projects  offered  are:  poultry,  home  beautification,  crops,  live- 
.stock.  and  gardens. 

Every  member  strives  to  make  his  project  a  prize  winning  one  and  to 
live  up  to  the  motto.  To  Make  The  Best  Better. 


Home  Economics  Club 


President  Dorothy  Moore 

Firat  Vicc-Prrsidcut  .  Louise  Gibiiey 

Second  Vice-Presidoit  Lillian  Longworth 

Secretary  Margaret  Green 

Treasurer  Kvelyn  Rlaxwell 

Sponsor  Miss  Copelaiid 

Menibt'is:  Ruth  JMundeii.  Louise  Gibney,  Lillian  Lonpworth.  Marie  McClain.  Elizabeth 
Singleton,  Margaret  (Jreen,  Louise  Ambrose,  Evelyn  Garrene,  Pauline  Wallace, 
Estell  Pierce,  Doris  Young.  Frances  Price.  .Marguerite  Drummoiid.  Frances  Ellis, 
Margaret  Hargrove,  Barbara  Nelson,  .\lice  Shipp.  Katheriiie  Robbins,  Glailys  Har- 
grove, Dorothy  Rodgerson,  Evelyn  Ma.wvell,  Irene  Tebault,  Vivian  Cook.  Ruth  Ben- 
nett. Corinne  King.  Esteile  .Jones.  Vivian  -Jones.  Hilda  Kicks,  Dorothy  Drumniond. 
Frances  Mouer,  .^rlene  Frizzle,  Elizabeth  Mast,  .Alaiy  Bartee,  Charlotte  Williams, 
Doris  Munden,   Dorothy   Moore,  Virginia  .lordon,  .June  Chenoweth.   Ruth   Sanford. 

The  Home  Economics  Club  has  completed  many  successful  projects 
during  the  year.  A  play  entitled  "The  Life  of  a  Girl",  which  was  present- 
ed by  the  members  of  the  Club  and  Home  Economics  Classes.  This  ])la\" 
revealing  the  life  of  the  average  American  girl  was  given  twice. 

Several  banquets  have  been  jilanned.  prepared  and  served  by  the  girls 
this  year;  Father  and  Sons  Banquet  for  the  F.  F.  A.  boys  and  their  fathers, 
a  Ruritan  Banquet,  and  a  Mother  and  Daughter  Banquet  in  honor  of  the 
girfs  mothers. 

A  wonderful  tri])  to  Washington,  D.  C.  was  enjoyed  by  the  members 
this  spring.  Among  the  sights  seen  were  the  cherry  blossoms.  Mount  Ver- 
non, the  Capitol,  Federal  Buildings,  and  the  Washington  Mcnument. 

Last  Hallowe'en  for  the  annual  P.  T.  A.  Carnival  the  gym  was  made 
gay  and  colorful  with  streamers,  witches,  and  goblins  by  the  untiring  ef- 
forts of  the  girls. 

The  Club  plans  to  send  several  delegates  to  the  F.  F.  A.  and  Home 
Economics  Camp  at  Morgart's  Beach  this  summer. 


Library  Club 

President  Norma  Taylor 

Vice-President Julia  Kovach 

Secretary Mildred  Burford 

Treasurer Evelyn  Hargrove 

Sponsor Miss  Lucy  C.  Ruffin 

The  Library  Club  has  achieved  great  success  for  the  two  years  it  has 
been  in  organization.  Its  purpose  is  to  make  the  students  more  book  con- 
scious. As  for  the  students,  they  have  received  great  encouragement  upon 
the  new  books  which  have  been  added  to  the  library  this  year. 

Mildred  Burford 
June  Chenowith 
Gary  Griffith 
Evelyn  Hargrove 
Gladys  Hargrove 
Doris  Ives 
Corinne  King 


Julia  Kovach 
Lillian  Longvvorth 
Marv  Moore 
Ethel  Moritz 
Dorothy   Rodgerson 
Dotty  Jane  Smith 
Norma  Taylor 

Doris  Young 
Moses  Gottlieb 
George  Halstead 
DeKoven  King 
Dick  Mattox 
David  Robishaw 


Future  Farmers  of  America 


President  Norwood  Shirley 

Vice-President  Gordon  Oliver 

Secretary  Dick  Mattox 

Treasurer Chauncey  Krahenbill 

Watch  Dog  Wesley  Baum 

Advisor Mr.  J.  G.  Roberts 

The  F.  F.  A.  was  organized  at  K.  H.  S.  more  than  seventeen  years  ago. 
It  is  a  service  organization  designed  chiefly  for  the  training  of  rural  boys 
to  become  leaders  in  their  respective  communities. 

Members:  John  Baum.  Wesley  Baum,  .James  Bland,  John  Cook,  Bonnie  Flannai;an, 
Mose.s  Gottlieb,  (ieor>re  Holland,  Melvin  Hutrhes,  Barrow  Humphries,  Randolph  Ives, 
Stuart  Ives,  Geortre  Kirkwood,  Chauncey  Krahenbill,  Wilfred  Larfre,  Dick  Mattox, 
Ray  McClain,  Horace  Moore,  Otis  Nixon.  Gordon  Oliver,  Samuel  PledRer,  Aden 
Scott,  Norwood  Shirley,  Harold  Spruill,  Bedford  Tate,  and  Vernon  Wilson. 


Dramatic  Club 


President Herbert  Brady 

Vice-Pyenident  Louise  Gibney 

Secret ury  Virginia  Jordan 

Treasurer  DeKoven  King 

Sjwiisoy Miss  Taylor 

During  the  season  of  1940-1941  the  Dramatic  Club  has  given  two  pro- 
ductions. The  fall  production  was  a  burlesque  melodrama  entitled  "Dirty 
Work  at  the  Crosswords"  with  a  heroine  in  distress,  a  villain  that  was 
hissed,  and  trueblue  Harold,  the  hero.  The  Spring  production  was  "Op-o'- 
Me-Thumb"  a  one-act  play  of  a  .scene  in  an  English  laundry  about  1902. 
Vivian  Keating  and  Gordon  Oliver  had  the  leading  roles,  with  Gary  Grif- 
fith as  Celeste.  Other  parts  were  played  by  Alice  Oliver,  Alice  Manning, 
and  Mildred  Burford.  The  play  was  presented  at  William  and  Mary  and 
was  awarded  second  place  in  the  contest. 

Altogether  the  season  was  a  very  successful  one. 


Irene   Baiiett  Isaac  Gottlieb  Kenneth  Lassiter 

Mary   Bailee  Granville  Gray  Barbara  Makinson 

Herbert   Brady  Gary  (hiffith  Alice  Manning: 

E.><ther  Brown  Iivinjr  Hardy  Elizabeth  Mast 

Mildred  Burford  Evelyn   Hargrove  Frank  Nuckols 

Catherine   Duplain  Estelle  Jones  Alice  Oliver 

Katherine  Eaton  Virginia  Jordan  Gordon  Oliver 

Rudy  F'elt.«  Vivian  Keating  Elizabeth  Singleton 

Louise  Gibney  DeKoven  Kine 




President  , Irving  Hardy 

Vice-Presideiit  Herbert  Brady 

Secretary-Treasurer  Louise  Gibney 

"Triimjiet"  "Orchestra  Bells"  "Saxophoue" 

Herbert  Brady  Catherine  Duplain  Kenneth  Brown 

Jack   Clausen  Shirley  Varus  Harold   Gibbs 

George  Halstead  .  ,.     „  „„  „ 

"Accordian  Drums 

"'^'ii'l't'"  Granville  Gray  Marilyn  Burton 

Kenneth  Lassiter                                    „  Gwendolyn  Ruffgles 

Doris  Wolf  Trombone 

Louise  Gibney  Irvinpr  Hardy  'Horn 

Walter  Jones  ^      ,  „  Gary  Griffith 


■■Pifun,-'                                         Mr.  Felix  Hardin  "Clariuel" 

Elizabeth  Nuckols  John  Henry  Hardy 

Alice  Shipp                          Sponsor  William  Harrell 

Mr.  Harris  Moore 

Our  orchestra  under  the  leadership  of  Mr.  Moore  and  under  the  direc- 
tion of  Mr.  Hardin  has  been  a  credit  to  our  school. 

In  the  month  of  December  the  Orchestra  held  a  concert  at  Court 
School.  This  Club  has  furnished  music  for  entertainments  held  at  the 

At  the  Annual  State  Music  Festival  the  orchestra  made  a  very  good 
showing  by  placing  fourth. 

Next  year  we  hope  to  have  a  band  organized.  This  will  arouse  music 
interests  in  many  students. 


The  Kempsvillian  Staff 


Aiiinld   Ewcll   Edifor-iii-Chief 

Kvi'lyn  Hai-grove  First  I'nye  Editor 

Barbara  Makinson Editorial  Page  Editor 

Noinian  May  Sport  I'af/e  Editor 

Kathciino  Eaton  Back  Page  Editor 


Ray   Barnes   Business  Ma)iager 

Ht'ibcit  Brady  ,... Axuixlniil  Manager 

Dekoven  King  Assintant  Manager 


IiciH>  Barrett .  Manager 

Mattiu  Webb  Assistant  Manager 

Front  Page — Norma  Taylor,  Betty  Lewis,  Chauncey  Krahenbill  and   Evelyn  Maxwell. 
Second  Page — Elizabeth  Singleton,  Moses  Gottlieb,  Dorothy  Moore,  Anna  Hill  and  Garv 

S/iorl  Page — John   Creekmoie  and  Gordon   Oliver. 
Bark  Page — Doris  Ives  and  Mildred   Burford. 
Reporter  at  Large — Georjre   Halstead. 


Gloria  Barnes  and  Frances  Price 


Mr.  Frank  L.  Fentress  and  Miss  Elnora  Overley 

The  Kempsvillian,  the  official  student  newspaper,  was  founded  in  1925, 
is  published  monthly  by  a  staff  made  up  of  students  under  the  supervision 
of  Miss  Overley.    The  staff  is  selected  by  the  senior  members. 

The  air  and  purpose  of  the  staff  is  to  present  a  true  picture  of  all 
phases  of  school  life  condensed  into  four  pages. 

For  the  past  two  years  the  Kempsvillian  has  won  first  place  in  the  class 
"C"  schools  of  Virpinin.  This  was  m^de  possible  by  the  cooperation  and 
diligence  of  each  individual  of  the  staff. 





Glee  Club 


President  Elizabeth  Nuckuls 

Piauistfi Doris  Harrison  and  Elizabeth  Nuckols 

Director Miss  Susan  Quinn 

The  Glee  Club  is  the  child  of  an  organization  that  has  been  in  long 
standing  a  reputation  of  activity  and  musical  excellence.  We  base  this 
latter  assertion  on  the  record  established  at  the  State-wide  Music  Festival 
last  year,  and  its  splendid  renditions  in  its  spring:  recitals.  In  the  i)ast  the 
Glee  Club  was  composed  entirely  of  female  voices,  and  boasts  an  active 
membership  comprising  fifty  students.  The  fluctuation  may  be  partly  at- 
tributed to  the  inclusion  of  Seventh  grade  pui)ils.  The  direction  of  the  club 
and  its  music  is  created  by  Miss  Susan  Quinn. 

The  purposes  of  the  Glee  Club  are  to  provide  music  for  the  .school, 
to  promote  interest  in  choral  music  and  harmonic  rendition  of  voices,  and 
to  provide  a  medium  of  self  and  group  expression  through  vocal  training 
in  group  participation. 

It  has  been  the  goal  of  the  director  to  enlarge  the  .scope  of  group  sing- 
ing, and  to  give  specific  training  in  sight-reading.  These  two  needs  .seemed 
to  be  the  more  e.ssential  in  the  high  school.  Stress  has  been  laid  on  musical 
interpretation,  harmonic  perfection,  and  a  geiniine  love  for  choral  and 
cla.ssic  music. 


Shuttersnappers  Club 


President  Louise  Gibney 

Vice-President  David  Robishaw 

Secrito)-)/  (i»d  Treasurer Evelyn  McKown 


Hotty  Lee  Fieard  (leoige  Halstead  Dick  Mattox 

Ray   Beasley  Maig-aret  Aiiiie  Hargrove  Evelyn  McKown 

Beverley  Bennett  George  Holland  David  Robishaw 

Kenneth  Brown  John  Hardy  Kathryn  Rhodes 

Kathleen  Greenlee  Bill  Kennedy 

Louise  Gibney  Betty  Lewis 

Striving  for  quality  rather  than  quantity  the  Shuttersnappers  Club  is 
composed  of  hard  working  truly  ambitious  students.  To  learn  better 
methods  of  taking  pictures  and  to  practice  the  rudiments  of  elementary 
photography  has  been  the  aim  of  these  picture  conscious  lads  and  lassies. 
Work  in  the  dark  room  has  become  a  very  interesting  as  well  as  educa- 
tional hobbv  for  manv. 


Alma  Mater 

Our  high  school  friendships  soon  must  sever. 
And  fade  as  does  the  dying  day. 
Our  closest  bonds  must  all  be  broken, 
As  through  this  world  we  u-e)id  our  way. 
But  yet,  whatever  be  life's  fortune. 
Though  friendships  fail  and  friends  go  by. 
We'll  love  thee  still  our  Alma  Mater, 
Our  dear  old  Kempsville  High. 




Captain Lois  Lee 

Co-Captain  Barbara  Makinson 

Irene  Barrett 
Marilyn  Burton 
Doris  Lowry 
Eunice  Roseberry 


4-3-2-1,  1-2-3-4 

Who  for?    What  for? 

Who  are  you  goin'  to  yell  for? 

K.  H.  S. 


Salt,  Pepper.  Sugar,  Cream, 

Come  on  Kempsville,  beat  that 

We  take  'em  big,  We  take  'em 

We've  got  the  team  that  takes 
them  all. 


Ferryboat,  Ferryboat, 
Steam,  Steam,  Steam. 
Blue  Devil,  Blue  Devil, 
Team,  Team,  Team. 
Shake  up  the  fire 
Shovel  on  the  coal 
Kempsville  Hi, 
We  want  a  goal. 


Football  Squad 

"Tiny"  Robishaw   Quaiteiback 

"Termite"   Brady   Halfback 

"Fisty"   Bates  Halfback 

"Dopey"  Wilson      Fullback 

"Flute"  Haverty    Center 

David  Robishaw  Ritrht  Guard 

Dan  llakinson  Left  Guard 

"Toar"  Rieder  Left  Tackle 

"Bill"  Robishaw  Left  End 

"Droop"  May  Ritrht  End 

"Billy"  Caton  Left  End 

"Nuby"  Creekmore  Ri^ht   End 

Jack  Clausen  Right  Tackle 

Lewis  Johnson  Halfback 

"Andy"  Moscopolis  Fullback 

"Billy"  Duplain  Left  Guard 

Cecil  Frizzel  Left  Tackle 

Isaac  Gottlieb  Rijrht  Tackle 

Charles  Robishaw  Right  Tackle 

John  Cook     Left  End 

"Doc"  Hardy   Trainer 

DeKoven  King:  Trainer 

George  Halstead  Manager 

Norman   May  Co-Captain 

"Tiny"   Robishaw   Co-Captain 

"Mickey"  Moore  Coach 

This  season  was  the  most  successful  in  the  history  of  the  team.  After 
only  four  years  of  football  they  took  the  tidewater  class  "C"  Championship 




Holv   Trinity 



Maury  J.  V.  . 










Churchland  ... 



Deep  Creek  ... 



Wilson  J.  V.  . 






Deep  Creek  ... 



Culpepper   .. 





Girl's  Basketball  Team 

Alice  Oliver,  gr.,  1 
Gary  CirifFith,  n'..  2 
Katheriiie  Eaton,  g.,  4 
Elizabeth  Mast,  f.,  3 
li-ene   Rieder,  f.,  3 
Claudia  Albertson,  f.,  3 
Kathleen  Johnson,  g. 

Joyce   Hrinkley,   f. 
Mattie  \Vebb,"K. 
Ann  Swain,  R-. 
Vivian  Cook,  k. 
Dot   Koseberry,   f.,  1 
Doris  Wolfe,  fi.,  1 
Mildred  Burford,  f..  1 

Kitty  Crowlint;,  1'.,  ] 
Esther  Broun,  i;.,  1 
Dorothy  Jane  Smith,  g.,  2 
Louise  Johnson,  f. 
(iloria  Barnes,  Manager 
Helen   Eddv,  Coach 
Shirley  Wcilfe,  Asst.  Coach 


Boy's  Basketball  Team 

Gordon  Oliver,  g.,  2 
John  Williams,  g.,  3 
William  Robishaw,  c,  2 
Irving  Hardy,  f.,  2 
James  Robishaw,  f.,  1 

Melvin  Hughes,  1'. 
Page  Havertv,  g. 
Neil  Charland.  c. 
David  Robishaw,  g, 
Charles  Robishaw, 

Dick  Mattox,  trainer 
DeKoven  King,  Manager 
Harris  Moore,  Coach 



Bill  Robishaw 
Granville  Gray 
DaviJ  Robishaw 
John  Crefknioie 
Herbert   Bradv 

Track  Team 

Andrew  Moscopolos 
Norwood   Shirley 
Page  Haverty 
Irving:  Hardy 
Neil  Charland 

Lothar  Rieder 
Cecil  Frizzell 
Gordon   Oliver 
Bob  (larrene 
Paul  Cross 

Norman  May 
Horace  Moore 

Dick  Mattox,  Mgr. 
Harris  Moore,  Coach 

Horace  Moore,  c. 
Irving  Hardy,  p. 
William  Robishaw,  ] 
Page  Haverty,  c. 
Vernon  Wilson,  p. 
Melvin  Hughes,  ss. 
Norman  May  lb. 

Baseball  Team  of  1939-40 

Robert  Webb,  lb. 
Harvey  Nash,  cf. 
John  Williams,  If. 
Harold  Bell,  2b. 
Joe  Barrett,  rf. 
George  Fingleton,  3b. 
Roger  Fingleton,  cf. 

Gordon  Oliver,  3b. 
"Dick"  Albertson,  ss. 
"Bill"  Duplain,  ss. 
Andrew  Moscopolos,  rf. 
"Pig"  Absolom,  If. 
James  Parron,  rf. 
Irving  Hughes,  2b 

H.  C.  Moore.  Coach 

Cleon  Harrell,  Mgr. 

Granville  Gray,  Asst. 
Mgr.  and  Trainer 




Senior  Statistics 

ALBERTSON,  CLAUDIA  LOUISE:  '38  Basketball,  Glee  Club,  Page 
Literary  Society,  Shuttersnappers ;  '39  Basketball,  Softball,  Page  Literary 
Society;  '40  Basketball,  Page  Literary  Society,  Softball;  '41  Basketball, 
Home  Economics  Club,  Senior  Play. 

BARNES,  RAY  E.:  '38  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society;  '39  Student 
Patrol,  Page  Literary  Society;  '40  Student  Patrol,  Monogram  Club;  '41 
Business  Manager  Kempsvillian  Staff,  Student  Patrol,  Monogram  Club. 

BARRETT,  IRENE  VIRGINIA:  '38  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society; 
'39  Glee  Club,  Shuttersnappers,  Page  Literary  Society;  '40  Page  Literary 
Society,  Shuttersnappers,  Kempsvillian  Staff;  '41  Page  Literary  Society, 
Dramatic  Club,  Kemhisco  Staff,  Cheerleader,  Monogram  Club,  Kempsvil- 
lian Staff,  Senior  Play. 

BARTEE,  MARY  .JOSEPHINE:  '38  Glee  Club,  Shuttersnappers,  Poe 
Literary  Society;  '39  Glee  Club,  Shuttersnappers,  Poe  Literary  Society; 
'40  Glee  Club,  Shuttersnappers,  Poe  Literary  Society;  '41  Shuttersnappers, 
Poe  Literary  Society,  Dramatic  Club,  Home  Economics  Club. 

BELL,  HAROLD  DIXON:  '38  Page  Literary  Society;  '39  Student 
Patrol,  Shuttersnappers;  '40  Student  Patrol,  Baseball;  '41  Student  Patrol, 
Monogram  Club. 

BODNAR,  JUNE  CHRISTINE:  '38  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society; 
'39  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society;  '40  Glee  Club,  Library  Club;  '41  Glee 
Club,  Home  Economics  Club. 

BRADY,  HERBERT  PRENTICE:  '39  Dramatic  Club,  Monogram 
Club,  Page  Literary  Society,  Orchestra,  Football,  Basketball,  Track ;  '40 
Dramatic  Club,  Monogram  Club,  Orchestra,  Football,  Basketball,  Track, 
'41  President  Dramatic  Club,  Monogram  Club,  Vice-President  Orchestra, 
Kempsvillian  Staff,  President  Senior  Class,  Senior  Play. 

BROWN,  ESTHER:  '38  Glee  Club,  Shuttersnappers,  Page  Literary 
Society;  '39  Page  Literary  Society;  '40  Page  Literary  Society;  '41  Basket- 
ball, Page  Literary  Society,  Home  Economics  Club,  Dramatic  Club,  Mono- 
gram Club. 

EATON,  KATHERINE:  '38  Basketball,  Page  Literary  Society,  Glee 
Club,  Shuttersnappers,  Monogram  Club,  Secretary-Treasurer  Freshmen 
Class;  '39  Basketball,  Page  Literary  Society,  Shuttersnappers,  Secretary- 
Treasurer  Sophomore  Class,  Monogram  Club;  '40  Basketball,  Page  Liter- 
ary Society,  Treasurer  Junior  Class,  Monogram  Club;  '41  President  Page 
Literary  Society,  Co-Captain  Basketball  Team,  Home  Economics  Club,  Page 
Editor  Kempsvillian  Staff,  Monogram  Club,  Dramatic  Club,  Treasurer 
Senior  Class. 

EWELL,  ARNOLD:  '39  Literary  Society,  4-H  Club;  '40  Student  Pat- 
rol, 4-H  Club;  Kempsvillian  Staff;  '41  4-H  Club,  Editor  Kempsvillian,  Lit- 
erary Society. 

GARRENE,  ROBERT  J.:  '38  Shakespeare  Club,  Ice  Skating  Club, 
Roller  Skating  Club;  '39  Shakespeare  Club;  '41  Weight  Events  in  Track, 
Senior  Play. 

GIBNEY,  LOUISE  VIRGINIA:  '38  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society, 
Shuttersnappers;  '39  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society,  Shuttersnappers; 
'40  Shuttersnappers,  Dramatic  Club,  Orchestra;  '41  President  Shutter- 
snappers, Dramatic  Club,  Home  Economics  Club,  Orchestra,  Secretary 
Senior  Class,  Poe  Literary  Society. 

GOTTLIEB,  ISAAC:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee  Club,  4-H  Club; 
'39  Poe  Literary  Society,  4-H  Club;  Glee  Club;  '40  Dramatic  Club;  '41  Dra- 
matic Club. 


Senior  Statistics — (Continued) 

GREEN,  MARGARET  LOUISE:  '38  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  So- 
ciety; '30  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society;  '41  Secretary  Home  Economics 

GREEN EEE,  KATHLEEN:  '41  Page  Literary  Society,  Shuttersnap- 
pers,  Senior  Play. 

HARGROVE.  EVELYN  LOUISE:  '38  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  So- 
ciety, Vice-President  Freshmen  Class ;  '.39  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society, 
Treasurer  Sophomore  Class;  '40  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society,  Library 
Club,  As.sociate  Editor  Kemhisco,  Kempsyillian  Staff;  '41  Treasurer  Libr- 
ary Club,  Page  Literary  Society,  Editor  Kemhisco,  Page  Editor  Kemps- 
yillian, Dramatic  Club. 

HEFFINGTON.  REBECCA  ROSE:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society;  Glee 
Club;  '39  Glee  Club. 

HILL,  ANNA  MAE:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee  Club;  '39  Poe 
Literary  Society,  Glee  Club;  '40  Kempsvillian  Staff,  Glee  Club;  '41  Kemps- 
villian  Staff,  Glee  Club. 

IVES,  DORIS  LEE:  '40  Secretary  Page  Literary  Society;  Kempsyil- 
lian Staff,  Secretary  Junior  Class;  '41  Dramatic  Club,  Page  Literary  So- 
ciety, Library  Club. 

JONES,  CLARA  ESTELLE:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee  Club, 
Shuttersnappers ;  '39  Poe  Literary  Society.  Glee  Club,  Shuttersnappers; 
'40  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee  Club,  Dramatic  Club;  '41  Poe  Literary  So- 
ciety, Glee  Club,  Home  Economics  Club,  Dramatic  Club. 

JORDAN,  ETHEL  VIRGINIA:  '38  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society; 
'39  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society ;  '40  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society, 
Dramatic  Club;  '41  Dramatic  Club,  Home  Economics  Club,  Poe  Literary 

LARGE,  PAUL  MORTIMER:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society.  F.  F.  A.;  '39 
Poe  Literary  Society,  F.  F.  A.;  '40  F.  F.  A. 

LASSITER.  WILLIAM  KENNETH:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee 
Club,  Orchestra;  '39  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee  Club.  Orchestra,  Student 
Patrol,  Shuttersnapjjers,  Dramatic  Club;  "40  Poe  Literary  Society,  Or- 
chestra. Student  Patrol.  Shuttersnaijpers,  Dramatic  Club;  '41  Page  Liter- 
ary Society,  Orchestra,  Lieutenant  Student  Patrol,  Dramatic  Club. 

LEWIS,  UPSHUR  ELMORE:  '.38  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society, 
Student  Council;  '39  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society.  Shuttersnappers. 
Student  Patrol;  '40  Page  Literary  Society,  Shuttersnappers,  Student 
Patrol;  '41  Page  Literary  Society,  Student  Patrol.  Senior  Play,  Valedic- 

LONGWORTH,  LILLIAN  FRANCES:  '38  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary 
Society;  "39  Glee  Club.  Poe  Literary  Society;  '40  Glee  Club;  '41  Glee  Club, 
Poe  Literary  Society,  Library  Club,  Home  Economics  Club. 

MAKINSON,  BARBARA  MAY:  '38  Glee  Club.  Page  Literary  Society ; 
'39  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society,  Shuttersnappers;  '40  Kempsvillian 
Staff,  Page  Literary  Society;  '41  Dramatic  Club.  Monoirram  Club.  Vice- 
President  Page  Literary  Society,  Kemhisco  Staff,  Page  Editor  Kempsyil- 
lian, Cheerleader,  Senior  Play,  Salutatorian. 

MAST.  ELIZABETH  DOROTHY:  '38  Glee  Club.  Student  Council,  Poe 
Literary  Society;  '39  Glee  Club.  Student  Council,  Poe  Literary  Society, 
Monogram  Club,  Basketball ;  "40  President  Glee  Club,  Student  Council.  Poe 
Literary  Society,  Monogram  Club,  Basketball:  '41  Secretary  Student  Coun- 
cil, Poe  Literary  Society,  Home  Economics  Club,  Dramatic  Club.  Monogram 
Club,  Co-Captain  Ba.sketball  Team. 


Senior  Statistics — (Continued) 

MAY,  CHARLES  XORMAN:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society;  '30  F.  F.  A., 
Football;  '40  Monogram  Club,  F.  F.  A.,  Football,  Baseball;  '41  Monogram 
Club.  Page  Editor  Kempsvillian,  Vice-President  and  Business  Manager 
Senior  Class,  Business  Manager  Kemhisco,  Co-Captain  Football  Team, 
Senior  Play. 

McCLAIX.  THERESA  MARIE:  '38  Page  Literary  Society;  Glee  Club. 
4-H  Club,  Shuttersnappers;  '39  Glee  Club.  Page  Literary  Society.  4-H  Club. 
Shuttersnappers;  '40  Glee  Club,  4-H  Club.  Shuttersnappers;  '41  Home  Eco- 
nomics Club,  4-H  Club. 

MOORE,  DOROTHY  MAE:  '38  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society;  '39 
Glee  Club.  Page  Literary  Society ;  '40  Kempsyillian  Staff.  Page  Literary 
Society,  Glee  Club;  '41  Glee  Club,  Kempsvillian  Staff,  President  Home 
Economics  Club. 

MUMDEN,  RUTH  LOUISE:  '38  Glee  Club,  Poe  Literary  Society;  '39 
Glee  Club,  Shuttersnappers;  '40  Glee  Club;  '41  Home  Economics  Club. 

PRICE.  FRANCES  GENEVA:  '38  Glee  Club.  Page  Literary  Society; 
'39  Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society;  '41  Kempsvillian  Staff.  Home  Eco- 
nomics Club. 

RIEDER,  LOTHAR:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society;  '39  Track.  Monogram 
Club.  Football ;  '40  Football.  Track,  Monogram  Club.  Discus  Class  C  Cham- 
pion of  Virginia;  '41  Football,  Monogram  Club.  Track. 

ROBISHAW.  JAMES  EDWARD:  '38  Basketball.  Tennis  Champion 
for  3  Years;  '39  President  Sophomore  Class.  Football.  Basketball.  Baseball. 
Student  Council ;  '40  President  Junior  Class,  President  Monogram  Club, 
Football,  Basketball,  Vice-President  Student  Council;  '41  Co-Captain  Foot- 
ball Team.  Basketball.  President  Student  Council,  Monogram  Club. 

ROBISHAW,  WILLIAM  J.:  '38  Student  Patrol;  '39  Student  Patrol; 
'40  Student  Patrol,  F.  F.  A.,  Baseball,  Basketball.  Track.  Monogram  Club; 
'41  Student  Patrol,  Football,  Captain  Basketball  Team.  Baseball.  Track. 
Monogram  Club,  Senior  Play. 

SANFORD,  RUTH:  '38  Glee  Club.  Poe  Literary  Society ;  '39  Glee  Club. 
Poe  Literary  Society;  '40  Glee  Club.  Library  Club;  '41  Home  Economics 
Club.  Glee  Club. 

SHIRLEY,  NORWOOD:  '38  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee  Club,  4-H 
Club;  '39  Poe  Literary  Society,  Glee  Club.  4-H  Club,  F.  F.  A. ;  '40  Treasurer 
F.  F.  A.,  Student  Patrol,  4-H  Club;  '41  President  F.  F.  A.,  Captain  Student 

SMITH,  DOROTHY  JANE:  '38  Page  Literary  Society.  Glee  Club;  '39 
Basketball.  Glee  Club.  Page  Literary  Society.  Shuttersnappers;  '40  Basket- 
ball. Glee  Club,  Page  Literary  Society,  Shuttersnappers,  Monogram  Club. 
Library  Club;  '41  Basketball,  Kemhisco  Staff,  Glee  Club,  Monogram  Club, 
Home  Economics  Club,  Senior  Play. 

SMITH,  GEORGE  GARLAND:  '38  Page  Literary  Society.  Glee  Club; 
'39  Glee  Club.  Page  Literary  Society;  '40  Shuttersnappers,  Student  Patrol; 
'41  Student  Patrol. 

WATERS,  THEODORE:  '38  Page  Literary  Society;  '39  Shuttersnap- 
pers; '41  Student  Patrol. 

WILLIAMS,  JOHN  G.:  '38  President  Freshmen  Class,  Glee  Club;  '39 
Vice-President  Sophomore  Class,  Basketball.  Baseball.  Monogram  Club; 
'40  Vice-President  Junior  Class.  Basketball,  Baseball.  Student  Council. 
Monogram  Club;  '41  Treasurer  Student  Council;  Basketball,  Baseball. 
Monogram  Club. 



Fitfti/  .V  lie 

A  Friend  of  the  Editor 

Captain  and  Mrs.  F.  Rieder 

Dave  Garvin 

C.  Shneider 

Mrs.  R.  A.  Barrett 

Marinello  Beauty  Shoppe 

Mr.  Fentress 

A  Friend  of  the 
Girl's  Basketball  Team 

Hale's  Tourist  Home 

Miss  Overley 

Miss  Eddy 

Lucy  Gary  Ruffin 

Mr.  F.  A.  Trimble 

Miss  Copeland 



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Qualify  You  in  the  Shortcut  Possible  Time 


Commercial  and  Government  Positions  To  Be  Filled  This  Year 

Call  L.  L.  Kee  for  the  Best  Proposition  in  Norfolk 

Phone  41544                                                                                        Suite  34r>  Monticcllo  Arcade 

(\nnjtfitiienff;  of 

Johnson  Grill 

Theatre  Kkly.                        Virjiinia  Beach 

O.  F.  Baxter  &  Co. 

Real  Kstrtle,  Reiitdls,  1  iimiraiice 
225  E.  Plume  St.                       Norfolk,  Va. 

Ctnn itlitin'ii(.9  at 

Health  Center  Roller  Rink 

Opoi   Every  Affernonn  und  Night 
9th  and  Cninby  Sts. 

FIRM    HAS    eujoyed    the    jnivilege    nf 
serving  the  stiideiitg  of  Keiniisville  High 
School  .  .  .  first   ill   their  undergraduate 
days,  and  later,  as  they  found  their  place 
ill    the    liiiNiiiess    life   of   oitr   community. 


Norfolk,  Virginia 
The  Store  for  Men   and  Boys 

Conifiliiin'iiffi  (tf 

Buster  Stevens 

Lee  Tire  &  Rubber  Co. 

8i:}-815  Gianby  St. 


W.    Lee   Norman.  .Vniiager 

Phone  2G393                              Norfolk,  Va. 

Cniiijilinieiits  of 

Hooven  Co.,  Inc. 

.limmy  T.  Doyle,  Mgr. 

( 'oiiij/liiiieiits  of 


Optometrists  and  Jewelers 
146  Granby  St.                   237  Church  St. 

Traylor  Optical  Co. 

Preneiiptio)!  Oi)ficiaiiK 
115  College  Place                      Norfolk,  Va. 


Cinidy  Headquarters 

The  Oritrinal  Cash  and  Carry 
Wholesale  Candy   Company 

llfi  Bank  St.                               Norfolk,  Va. 


State  Farm  Mutual 

Motor  Corp. 

Automobile  Insurance  Go. 

Bloominston,   Illinois 

Floyd  T.  Deary,  Ayeiit 

Phone  'J6-J                            Virginia  Beach 

Authorized  Sales  and  Service 


Phone  Berkley  1181-1182 


Cotuidhnentfi  of 

1200  Poimlexter  St. 


South  Norfolk                                   Virginia 

Funeral  Home 


.                      EXTRA 
A                 STRENGTH 

Ideal  Printing  Co. 


m                 DELICIOUS 
'  1                    FLAVOR 

Phone  27500 
227  Bank  St.           '                  Norfolk,  Va. 

Paxton  Co..  Inc. 

Industrial  and   Marine  Supplies 

64-66  Commercial  Place 

Phone  22381                              Norfolk,  Va. 

William  McC.  Paxton 


1501   Colonial  Ave. 

Compliinevfs  of 

Norfolk                                                  Viijrinia 

Marr's  Restaurant 

Virginia  Beach  Blvd. 

Best  Wisheg  of 

Commonwealth  Building 


and  Loan  Association 

:514  Boush  St.                           Norfolk,  Va. 


Newton  Florist,  Inc. 

Compliments  of 

Cornel-  Boush  Sti-oet 

131  College  Place                         Dial  20609 

Seeley's  Market 


Coin iiliineufy  c/ 

1037  Church  St.                       Phone  45018 



"Good  Shoes  Cheap" 

447-449   Church   Street 



(Accredited)                                                                (For  Girls) 

STENOGRAPHY                                                      CIVIL  SERVICE 
COMPTOMETER                                                   BOOKKEEPING 
SECRETARIAL                                                            FILING 

Seidell  Aicade                                           Phone  41287                                      Norfolk,  Virginia 

Phone  Berkley  57 

Green-Gifford  Motor  Corp. 

CHRYSLER                   PLYMOUTH 
100.-!  E.  Liberty  St.      South  Norfolk,  Va. 

White's  Beauty  Salon 

Rhoda   White,   Proprietor 
Norfolk,  Virginia 

Phone  .39652                     107  V^est  35th  St. 

Berkley  Feed  Corp. 

Phone  Berkley  385 

1219  Liberty  St.                       Norfolk,  Va. 

Compliments  of 

Bochie  Meekins 


Ideal  Barber  Shop 

104   W.   Princess  Anne   Road 
Chesapeake  Beach  and  Norfolk,  Va. 

Comj)liinents  of 

Dillion's  Grocery 

Che.sapeake   Beach 

Compliments  of 


Lea's  Esso  Service 

Shore   Drive  at   Chesapeake   Road 

Sportsman  Shop 

Norfolk                                               Virginia 

Compliments  of 

Hodge's  Grill 

Phone  650-J-12 


^^  ^ 

Ci)iiiiiliiiiriitx  nf 

Leon  B.  Basnight,  Jr. 

Priest  Radio  Co. 

Service  SpeciuUKis 
Phone  2(5271  1905  Colonial  Ave. 

Cdinjiliinentu  of 

Virginia  Cleaning  and 
Pressing  Works 

Complimevts  of 

Ewell  and 

Carl  W.  Creekmore,  Jr. 

Heiirfnentative  for 
W.   H.   C.   READING   CLUB 

Cox  Funeral  Home 

King  Floral  Co. 

Virginia  Beach  Blvd. 

Flowers  for  All  Ocraslovs 


Phone  4482G 

P.  O.  Lynnhaven,  Va. 


Barry,  Parks  &  Son, 

26  Selden  Arcade 

Norfolk,  Va. 


Coinjtletc  Fill  III  lusuiaucc 


Phont  41358 

Compliments  of 

Dr.  Ezera  Storm 


Coinplimenta  of 

Bisese  and  Console 

Ralph  ami   Kaymond   Ricks 

Fairmount    Cleaners 

PhoiU'  21511                           Instant  Service 

Compliments  of 

American  Sheet  Metal  Corp. 

N'orfolk.  Virginia 



Iff  Deliver 

Soroko's  Meat  Market 

BEEF,   VEAL.   PORK,  oikI   LAMB 

Home  Killed  Meats  o  Siiecialty 

Norfolk,  Va.                               Phone  25088 

Phone  27077-8 

Meyers  and  Tabakin,  Inc. 

"The  Frieiidlif  Fiiniitiire  Stnie" 
246-248  Main  St.                      Norfolk,  Va. 

J.  S.  Bell,  Jr.,  &  Co.,  Inc. 

Norfolk                                               Virginia 

Pinewood  Hotel 

Viiginia  Beach 

Cotnpliiiienfs  of 

Johnnie  Wood,  Jr. 

Phone   1314 

Bartee  Bros.  Super  Service 

Princess  Anne  Court  House,  Virginia 

Distributors  of 


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is  quite  so  personal — as  the  exchange  of  photographs.     Wouldn't  you  like 
a  neic  one? 



Fuel,  Feed  and 

Building  Supplies 


217  Seventeenth  St. 
Phone  564 

Virginia  Beach                               Virginia 

R.  M.  Gregory 


208  21st  St.                                        Phone  4 

Virginia  Beach,  Va. 

Colonial  Oil  Co.,  Inc. 

Distributors  of 

Complimevts  of 

Kempsville  High  Lunchroom 

Mrs.   Jennie   Wood,  Dietitian 

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The  Franklin  Printing  Co. 

Newport  N*wt,  Virginia 


Norfolk  Engraving  Company 

Norfolk,  Virginia 

Compliments  of 


Compliments  of 




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